last revised 6/14/2018

CAMPUS CONTACTS at 410-617-5245

Undocumented-specific website lists members of UNIDA (the United Network for Immigrants, DREAMers, and Allies) under "On and Off Campus Resources."
This group is headed by Sunanda Bhatia at skbhatia [at] There are several other allies listed here.

No designated point-person for undocumented students.


institutional WEBSITES

  • Incredible source of information.


student initiatives

No information available.



Applications from undocumented students and students with Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) status are invited and given the same consideration as any other Loyola applicant during the review process.
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As a Jesuit, Catholic university we uphold the inherent human dignity of all persons, regardless of their immigration status. We recognize that our undocumented, immigrant and international students experience challenges beyond those of our traditional students. Loyola is concerned with the education of the whole person and is dedicated to accompanying, supporting, and caring for each member of our community.
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Undocumented and DACA students are not eligible for federal financial aid or institutionally-funded need-based grant assistance, but are considered for institutionally-funded merit-based scholarships. Our merit-based scholarships are awarded to academically qualified students based on the review of their application for admission. All first-year and transfer applicants are eligible to be considered for merit-based scholarship assistance. A separate scholarship application is not required.
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No information available.